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Old 25-04-2012, 13:12
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Are they still airing the proper ones?
No, they haven't been putting any new ones for a long time.
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Old 14-05-2012, 16:53
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Had a look at the Guardian Archive and I found what was featured in The Chart Show. Not sure why I had different listings from the Times Archive, perhaps there was error in my part or the newspaper's error. Anyway this is what was the main specialist charts in the dates below:

11th April 1986 - HEAVY METAL
18th April 1986 - INDIE
25th April 1986 - REGGAE
2nd May 1986 - DANCE
9th May 1986 - HEAVY METAL
16th May 1986 - INDIE
23rd May 1986 - REGGAE
30th May 1986 - DANCE
6th June 1986 - HEAVY METAL
13th June 1986 - INDIE
20th June 1986 - REGGAE
27th June 1986 - DANCE
4th July 1986 - HEAVY METAL
11th July 1986 - INDIE
18th July 1986 - REGGAE
25th July 1986 - DANCE
1st August 1986 - HEAVY METAL
8th August 1986 - No episode, but a show called REWIND took its place
15th August 1986 - INDIE
22nd August 1986 - REGGAE
29th August 1986 - DANCE
5th September 1986 - HEAVY METAL
12th September 1986 - INDIE
19th September 1986 - NETWORK ALBUM
26th September 1986 - DANCE
3rd October 1986 - HEAVY METAL
10th October 1986 - INDIE
17th October 1986 - NETWORK ALBUM
24th October 1986 - DANCE
There were no further episodes until the Xmas edition in December 1986

Currently on Wikipedia, it's been written that the Chart Show was taken off during the summer, but this clearly wasn't the case according to the Guardian Archives. Although after October 1986, The Chart Show was replaced by a new series of The Tube, which ultimately ended by the end of April 1987 and then The Chart Show came back in May 1987. It seems only one episode was cancelled during the summer of 1986 and that was on 8th August 1986, which was replaced by what it seems a one off show called REWIND, which was basically a compilation of artist performances on Channel 4 music shows. Why, the Chart Show was cancelled on that date, well it seems once again according to wikipedia, that there was a dispute between the Musicians Union and The Chart Show over music videos being shown on Channel 4, where artists I guess weren't paid or something related to that. The show was produced by the same people, who produced The Chart Show. Also, the reggae chart seem to been dropped by The Chart Show after August, which could explain why there was no Reggae Chart in the Chart File Update after August and also no Reggae Chart of 1986 in the Xmas edition.
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Old 14-05-2012, 18:49
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1st May 1987 - DANCE
8th May 1987 - HEAVY METAL
15th May 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM
22nd May 1987 - INDIE
29th May 1987 - DANCE
5th June 1987 - HEAVY METAL
12th June 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM
19th June 1987 - INDIE
26th June 1987 - DANCE
3rd July 1987 - HEAVY METAL
10th July 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM
17th July 1987 - INDIE
24th July 1987 - DANCE
31st July 1987 - HEAVY METAL
7th August 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM
14th August 1987 - INDIE
21st August 1987 - DANCE
28th August 1987 - HEAVY METAL
4th September 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM
11th September 1987 - INDIE
18th September 1987 - DANCE
25th September 1987 - HEAVY METAL
2nd October 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM (The last one ever on a regular edition)
9th October 1987 - INDIE
16th October 1987 - DANCE
23rd October 1987 - HEAVY METAL
30th October 1987 - INDIE
6th November 1987 - DANCE
13th November 1987 - HEAVY METAL
20th November 1987 - INDIE
27th November 1987 - DANCE
4th December 1987 - HEAVY METAL
11th December 1987 - INDIE
There were no further episodes until the Xmas edition in December 1987
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Old 14-05-2012, 19:00
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8th January 1988 - DANCE
15th January 1988 - HEAVY METAL
22nd January 1988 - INDIE
29th January 1988 - DANCE
5th February 1988 - HEAVY METAL
12th February 1988 - INDIE
19th February 1988 - DANCE
26th February 1988 - HEAVY METAL
4th March 1988 - INDIE
11th March 1988 - DANCE
18th March 1988 - HEAVY METAL
25th March 1988 - INDIE
1st April 1988 - DANCE
8th April 1988 - HEAVY METAL
15th April 1988 - INDIE
22nd April 1988 - DANCE
29th April 1988 - HEAVY METAL
6th May 1988 - INDIE
13th May 1988 - DANCE
20th May 1988 - HEAVY METAL
27th May 1988 - INDIE
3rd June 1988 - DANCE
10th June 1988 - HEAVY METAL
17th June 1988 - INDIE
24th June 1988 - DANCE
1st July 1988 - HEAVY METAL
8th July 1988 - INDIE
15th July 1988 - DANCE
22nd July 1988 - HEAVY METAL
29th July 1988 - INDIE
5th August 1988 - DANCE
12th August 1988 - HEAVY METAL
19th August 1988 - INDIE
26th August 1988 - DANCE
2nd September 1988 - HEAVY METAL
9th September 1988 - INDIE
16th September 1988 - DANCE
23rd September 1988 - HEAVY METAL
30th September 1988 - INDIE
There were no further episodes until the Xmas edition on 2nd January 1989. Five days later on 7th January 1989, the Chart Show was moved to ITV until the last ever episode on 22nd August 1998.
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Old 14-05-2012, 22:42
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2nd October 1987 - NETWORK ALBUM (The last one ever on a regular edition)
9th October 1987 - INDIE
16th October 1987 - DANCE
23rd October 1987 - HEAVY METAL
30th October 1987 - INDIE
6th November 1987 - DANCE
13th November 1987 - HEAVY METAL
20th November 1987 - INDIE
27th November 1987 - DANCE
4th December 1987 - HEAVY METAL
11th December 1987 - INDIE
Whoops the 4th December 1987 episode should be the NETWORK ALBUM CHART and the 11th December 1987 episode should be the HEAVY METAL CHART. I think The Chart Show changed the specialist charts, because according to the Guardian archive, the 4th Dec 87 episode was the Heavy Metal chart, but by watching the 4th Dec 87 episode on the internet, it is clear it is the NETWORK ALBUM CHART.
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Old 17-05-2012, 00:41
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Heavy Metal Chart from 1st July 1988

01. U IT MUST HAVE BEEN LOVE - MAGNUM *
02. U ALL FIRED UP - PAT BENATAR
03. U SWEET OBSESSION - BONFIRE *
04. U KISS ME DEADLY - LITA FORD
05. D LIVIN' WITHOUT YOU - TIGERTAILZ
06. D HUSH - DEEP PURPLE
07. D MAYFAIR - QUIREBOYS
08. U THE FLAME - CHEAP TRICK
09. D WHAT ABOUT LOVE? - HEART
10. D THE KID FROM KENSINGTON - DOGS D'AMOUR
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Old 13-06-2012, 00:37
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The Chart Show - Compact Disc Chart - May 1986

01. N STREET LIFE - BRYAN FERRY & ROXY MUSIC
02. N RENDEZ VOUS - JEAN MICHEL JARRE
03. U BROTHERS IN ARMS - DIRE STRAITS
04. D SUZANNE VEGA - SUZANNE VEGA
05. U HOUNDS OF LOVE - KATE BUSH
06. U NO JACKET REQUIRED - PHIL COLLINS
07. U WORLD MACHINE - LEVEL 42
08. D WHITNEY HOUSTON - WHITNEY HOUSTON
09. U THE MAN AND HIS MUSIC - SAM COOKE
10. U THE OTHER SIDE OF LIFE - MOODY BLUES
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Old 28-07-2012, 22:00
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THE CHART SHOW - Indie Chart (Top 10) - New Entries - April 1986
New Order – Shellshock
Psychic TV – Godstar
Half Man Half Biscuit – The Trumpton Riots EP
We’ve Got a Fuzzbox – Fuzzbox EP
Shop Assistants – Safety Net
Shop Assistants – All Day Long of Fashion
Sisterhood – Giving Ground
Bodines – Therese
Biff Bang Pow – Love ... Out of Fashion
Wedding Present – Once More
The Three Johns - Sold Down the River
Chumbawumba – We Are the World
That Petrol Emotion – It’s a Good Thing
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Old 28-07-2012, 22:06
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THE CHART SHOW - Indie Chart (Top 10) - New Entries - May 1986
Rose of Avalanche - Too Many Castles in the Sky
The Woodentops - Good Thing
Primal Scream - Crystal Crescent
The Cramps - What's Inside a Girl
Easterhouse - Inspiration
Colourbox - The Official Colourbox World Cup Theme
Colourbox - Baby I Love You So
BMX Bandits - Sad
The Mission - Serpent's Kiss
The Smiths - Bigmouth Strikes Again
The Weather Prophets - I Almost Prayed
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Old 28-07-2012, 22:22
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THE CHART SHOW - Indie Chart (Top 10) - New Entries - June 1986
Big Stick - Drag Racing
Nick Cave - The Singer
The Pastels - Truck Train Tractor
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Old 28-07-2012, 22:37
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THE CHART SHOW - Indie Chart (Top 10) - New Entries - July 1986
Bogshed - Morning Sir
Class War - Better Dead Than Wed
Ghost Dance - Heart Full of Soul
The Guana Batz - I'm On Fire
The Creepers with Marc Riley - Baby's On Fire
The Smiths - Panic
The Wedding Present - This Boy Can Wait
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Old 21-09-2012, 22:12
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The Chart Show Indie Charts

16/05/86

01. N Fuzzbox E.p. - We've Got A Fuzzbox *
02. N What's Inside A Girl - The Cramps
03. U Crystal Crescent - Primal Scream
04. D Godstar - Psychic Tv
05. U Inspiration - Easterhouse
06. D It's A Good Thing - That Petrol Emotion
07. N Trumpton Riots E.p - Half Man Half Biscuit
08. U Good Thing - The Woodentops
09. U Too Many Castles In The Sky - Rose Of Avalanche
10. U This Town - June Brides

10/10/86

01. U Dickie Davies Eyes - Half Man Half Biscuit *
02. D State Of The Nation - New Order
03. N The Peel Sessions - New Order
04. U Everyday Living - The Woodentops
05. U Star Power - Sonic Youth
06. U A Gentle Sound - Railway Children
07. D The Peel Sessions - The Damned
08. U Hang Ten - Soup Dragons *
09. D Sun Arise - The Godfathers
10. D Wonderful Life - Black

The Chart Show Dance Chart

11/03/89

01. N Tyrn Up The Bass - Tyree
02. U Hey Music Lover - S Express
03. U Sleep Talk - Alyson Williams
04. U Straight Up - Paula Abdul *
05. U One Man - Chanelle
06. U I'd Rather Jack - Reynolds Girls
07. D Leave Me Alone - Michael Jackson
08. D My Prerogative - Bobby Brown
09. U This Time I Know It's For Real - Donna Summer
10. U Keep On Movin - Soul Ii Soul *

ITV Chart Show Rock Chart

22/09/90

01. U Holy Smoke - Iron Maiden
02. U Thunderstruck - AC/DC *
03. D Epic - Faith No More
04. U Empty World - Dogs D'amour
05. U Holy Wars - Megadeth *
06. N There She Goes Again - Quireboys
07. D Blaze Of Glory - Jon Bon Jovi
08. U Painkiller - Judas Priest
09. U Feels Good To Me - Black Sabbath
10. U She's So Fine - Thunder
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Old 21-09-2012, 22:17
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THE CHART SHOW - 16th May 1986

LITTLE RICHARD - Great Gosh A' Mighty

INDIE CHART (See above)

RED LORRY YELLOW LORRY - Walking On Your Hands

COOK DA BOOKS - Living for the City

THE BOLSHOI - A Way

REDSKINS - It Can Be Done

COMPACT DISC CHART (The intro involved lasers beaming the name Compact Disc Chart)(* = Video was played)
↨1 Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music - Street Life
↨2 Jean Michel Jarre - Rendez-Vous
↑3 Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms
↓4 Suzanne Vega - Suzanne Vega
↑5 Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
↑6 Phil Collins - No Jacket Required
↑7 Level 42 - World Machine
↓8 Whitney Houston - Whitney Houston
↑9 Sam Cooke - The Man and His Music
↑10 Moody Blues - The Other Side of Life *

LAURIE ANDERSON - Language is a Virus

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = PLAY) ====

REGGAE (1 Maxi Priest - Strollin On, *2 Black Uhuru - Great Train Robbery , 3 Dennis Brown - Hold Tight, 4 Tippa Irie - Hold Tight, 5 Sandra Cross - Its You, 6 Sophia George - Lazy Body, 7 Pato Banton - Secret T-Bird Drinker, 8 Supercat - Boops, 9 Mighty Diamonds - Just Can't Figure it Out, 10 Beres Hammond - She Loves Me Now)

DANCE (1 Patti Labelle & Michael McDonald - On My Own, 2 Joyce Sims - All and All, 3 Level 42 - Lessons in Love, 4 Aurra - You and Me Tonight, 5 Thomas and Taylor - You Can't Blame Love, 6 Princess - I'll Keep on Loving, 7 Moder-Nique - Love's Gonna Get You, 8 Janet Jackson - What Have You Done, 9 S.O.S. Band - The Finest, *10 Jaki Graham - Set Me Free)

HEAVY METAL (1 Van Halen - Why Can't This Be Love, *2 Dio - Hide in the Rainbow, 3 Status Quo - Rollin' Home, 4 Hear 'n' Aid - Stars, 5 AC/DC - Who Made Who, 6 ZZ Top - Rough Boy, 7 Journey - Be Good To Yourself, 8 Girlschool & Gary Glitter - Leader of the Gang, 9 Keel - Because the Night, 10 Judas Priest - Turbo Lover)

CULTURE CLUB - God Thank You Woman

PERILS OF PLASTIC - Ring A Ding Ding

NETWORK CHART
#35 Simply Red - Holding Back the Years
#36 AC/DC - Who Made Who

CHART RACE
Spitting Image - The Chicken Song
Patti Labelle & Michael McDonald - On My Own
Level 42 - Lessons in Love
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Old 21-09-2012, 22:20
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THE CHART SHOW - 10th October 1986

RED BOX - For America

INDIE CHART (See above)

GOODBYE MR MACKENZIE - The Rattler

THE LARKS - All or Nothing Girl

THE VERY THINGS - Motortown

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = PLAY) ====

NETWORK ALBUM (1 Paul Simon - Graceland, *2 A-Ha - Scoundrel Days , 3 Madonna - True Blues, 4 Five Star - Silk and Steel, 5 Eurythmics - Revenge, 6 Various - South Pacific, 7 Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time, 8 OMD - The Pacific Age, 9 Tina Turner - Break Every Rule, 10 New Order - Brotherhood)

DANCE (1 Madonna - True Blue, 2 Midnight Star - Midas Touch, 3 Five Star - Rain or Shine, 4 Loose Ends - Slow Down, 5 Jazzy Jeff - Nothin' But Trouble, *6 Gwen Guthrie - Close to You, 7 Cameo - Word Up, 8 Social Club - Rumors, 9 Freddie Jackson - Tasty Love, 10 Paul Hardcastle - The Wizard)

HEAVY METAL (*1 Status Quo - In the Army, 2 WASP - 95-Nasty, 3 Run DMC & Aerosmith - Walk This Way, 4 ZZ Top - Velcro Fly, 5 Bon Jovi - You Give Love a Bad Name, 6 Iron Maiden - Wasted Years, 7 Meatloaf & John Parr - R'n'R Mercenaries, 8 Anthrax - Madhouse, 9 Luis Cardenas - Runaway, 10 John Parr - Two Hearts)

ARETHA FRANKLYN - Jumpin' Jack Flash

KIM WILDE - You Keep Me Hangin On

NETWORK CHART
#54 The Mission - Stay With Me
#51 Marc Almond - Ruby Red
#43 The Stranglers - Always the Sun
#21 Midnight Star - Midas Touch

CHART RACE
Five Star - Rain or Shine
Madonna - True Blue
Nick Berry - Every Loser Wins
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Old 21-09-2012, 22:26
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THE CHART SHOW - 11th March 1989

ROACHFORD - Family Man

DANCE CHART (See above)

CLANNAD - The Hunter

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = Video was played)

ROCK (↨1 WASP - Mean Man, ↑2 Vixen - Cryin, ↓3 Poison - Every Rose Has It's Thorn, ↨4 Cinderella - Don't Know, ↨5 Def Leppard - Rocket, ↑6 Vow Wow - Helter Skelter, ↑7 Little Angels - Big Bad EP, *8 Guns N Roses - Paradise City, ↓9 Femme Fatale - Falling in and out of Love, ↑10 Anthrax - Anti-Social)

ALBUM (↨1 Simply Red - A New Flame, ↨2 Gloria Estefan - Anything for You, ↑3 Sam Brown - Stop, ↑4 Tanita Tikaram - Ancient Heart, ↑5 Bobby Brown - Don't Be Cruel, ↓6 Fine Young Cannibals - Raw and the Cooked, ↓7 Elvis Costello - Spike, ↓8 Then Jerico - Big Area, ↨9 Roy Orbison - Mystery Girl, *10 Hue and Cry - Remote)

INDIE (↨1 The Sundays - Can't Be Sure, *2 New Order - Round and Round, ↨3 Sonic Youth - Touch Me I'm Sick, ↓4 Throwing Muses - Dizzy, ↓5 Depeche Mode - Everything Counts, ↓6 S-Express - Hey Music Lover, ↨7 King of the Slums - Vicious British Boyfriend EP, ↑8 Lard - The Power of Lard, ↓9 Yazz - Fine Time, ↨10 House of Love - Destroy the Heart)

TANITA TIKARAM - World Outside Your Window

BREATHE - Don't Tell Me Lies

DURAN DURAN - I Don't Want Your Love

TONI CHILDS - Don't Walk Away

HORSE - You Could Be Forgiven

SHEENA EASTON - Days Like This

HABIT - Starlight

FUZZBOX - International Rescue

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) =======

↑1 Jason Donovan - Too Many Broken Hearts *
↑2 Madonna - Like a Prayer *
↕3 Bananeeneenoonoo - Help!
↓4 Sam Brown - Stop
↕5 Michael Ball - Love Changes Everything
↑6 Donna Summer - This Time I Know It's For Real
↓7 Simple Minds - Mandella Day
↓8 Michael Jackson - Leave Me Alone
↑9 Gloria Estefan - Can't Stay Away From You *
↑10 Living in a Box - Blow the House Down

PREVIEW
Perfect Day - Jane
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Old 21-09-2012, 22:29
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THE ITV CHART SHOW - 22nd September 1990

THE BOYS - Crazy

THE CHARLATANS - Then

MONIE LOVE - It's a Shame

RIVER CITY PEOPLE - What's Wrong With Dreaming

SNAP - Cult of Snap

JONATHAN PERKINS - I Can't Say No

NO SWEAT - Heart and Soul

CANDY FLIP - Space

ROCK CHART (See above !!!)

JOE JACKSON - Steppin' Out

CURTIS MAYFIELD & ICE T - Superfly

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) ====
↑1 Steve Miller Band - The Joker *
↓2 Deee-Lite - Groove is in the Heart
↑3 Maria McKee - Show Me Heaven *
↑4 Iron Maiden - Holy Smoke
↓5 KLF - What Time is Love
↑6 INXS - Suicide Blonde
↑7 The Farm - Groovy Train
↓8 Adamski - The Space Jungle
↑9 London Beat - I've Been Thinking About You *
↑10 Bass-o-Matic - Fascinating Rhythm

PREVIEW:
AZTEC CAMERA & MICK JONES - Good Morning Britain
PHIL COLLINS - Hang in Long Enough
PET SHOP BOYS - So Hard
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Old 27-09-2012, 10:16
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Why doesn't Chart Show TV use any of its predecessor's features anymore (apart from the "chart" obviously)? I liked their New Release/Chart Breaker/Video Vault section that the old Chart Show (and Chart Show TV's earlier charts) used to do, and how about those PLAY and FFWD segments from the old Chart Show? Why wasn't it passed on to the new one? Is it just "better" to play songs in full?
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Old 27-09-2012, 10:44
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Why doesn't Chart Show TV use any of its predecessor's features anymore (apart from the "chart" obviously)? I liked their New Release/Chart Breaker/Video Vault section that the old Chart Show (and Chart Show TV's earlier charts) used to do, and how about those PLAY and FFWD segments from the old Chart Show? Why wasn't it passed on to the new one? Is it just "better" to play songs in full?
The original chart show had to fit into 52 minutes so they couldn't play every song in full they had to cut them off plus these days they are competing with the other channels and need to have a similar format people today would not accept having their videos chopped off like we did it is something we liked about the show but i suspect teens these days would frown at it and think it was strange present company excepted.
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Old 31-10-2012, 16:59
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The Chart Show Rock Chart (18th March 1989)

U = Up
D = Down
N = Non-Mover
* = Played

01. U PARADISE CITY - GUNS N ROSES *
02. D MEAN MAN - W.A.S.P.
03. D CRYIN - VIXEN
04. D EVERY ROSE HAS IT'S THORN - POISON
05. U ANTI-SOCIAL - ANTHRAX *
06. D DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'VE GOT - CINDERELLA
07. D ROCKET - DEF LEPPARD
08. U READY FOR LOVE - GARY MOORE
09. D BIG BAD EP - LITTLE ANGELS
10. D HELTER SKELTER - VOW WOW
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Old 09-11-2012, 21:04
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THE CHART SHOW 17th June 1988

GEORGE HARRISON - This Is Love

INDIE CHART:

17/06/88

01. U DOCTORIN' THE TARDIS - THE TIMELORDS
02. U CHAINS OF LOVE - ERASURE *
03. D MOONCHILD - FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM
04. U MERCY SEAT - NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS
05. U ATMOSPHERE - JOY DIVISION
06. N LOVE WILL TEAR US APART - SWANS *
07. D IT'S ALL UP TO YOU - THE DARLING BUDS
08. D GOT TO BE CERTAIN - KYLIE MINOGUE
09. D JESUS LOVES AMERIKA - THE SHAMEN
10. D BLUE MONDAY 1988 - NEW ORDER

THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS - Don't Let's Start

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = Video was played)

DANCE (↔1 The Timelords -- Doctorin' The Tardis, ↑2 The Pasadenas -- Tribiute (Right On), ↑3 Sabrina -- Boys, ↑4 Mac Band -- Roses Are Red, ↑5 Bros -- I Owe You Nothing, *6 Fat Boys & Chubby Checker -- Yo Twist, ↑7 Rose Royce -- Car Wash, ↓8 Desireless -- Voyage Voyage, ↓9 L.A. Mix -- Check This Out, ↓10 James Brown -- I'm Real)

HEAVY METAL (↑1 Deep Purple -- Hush, ↓2 Heart -- What About Love, ↓3 The Scorpions -- Rhythm Of Love, ↑4 Tiger Tailz -- Livin' Without You, ↔5 Yngwie Malmsteen -- Heaven Tonight, ↑6 Quireboys -- Mayfair, ↓7 Status Quo -- Who Gets The Love, ↓8 Dogs D'Amour -- Kid From Kensington, *9 Cheap Trick -- The Flame, ↓10 Megadeth -- Mary Jane)

ALBUM (↔1 Various -- Niteflite, ↔2 Fleetwood Mac -- Tango In The Night, ↑3 Hothouse Flowers -- People, ↓4 Various -- Motown Dance Party, ↓5 Belinda Carlisle -- Heaven On Earth, ↑6 Bros -- Push, ↓7 Various -- Dirty Dancing Soundtrack, *8 Tracy Chapman -- Tracy Chapman, ↓9 Scritti Politti -- Provision, ↑10 Whitney Houston -- Whitney)

TRACIE SPENCER - Symptom Of True Love

TRANSVISION VAMP - I Want Your Love

DEF LEPPARD - Animal

DEF LEPPARD - Hysteria

DEF LEPPARD - Pour Sugar On Me

T'PAU - I Will Be Without You

GIANT STEPS - Another Lover

PAT BENATAR - All Fired Up

INXS - Never Tear Us Apart

PHIL COLLINS - In The Air Tonight

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) ====

↑1 Bros - I Owe You Nothing *

↓2 The Timelords - Doctorin' The Tardis

↑3 Maxi Priest - Wild World

↑4 Sabrina - Boys

↑5 Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday

↑6 Fat Boys & Chubby Checker - Yo Twist

↓7 Desireless - Voyage Voyage

↓8 Wet Wet Wet & Billy Bragg - With A Little Help From My Friends

↑9 The Pasadenas - Tribute (Right On) *

↑10 Erasure - Chains Of Love

PREVIEW
Ellis Boggs & Howard - Big Bubbles, No Troubles
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Old 09-11-2012, 21:06
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THE CHART SHOW 28th January 1989

R.E.M. - Stand

DANCE CHART:

28/01/89

01. U THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS - TEN CITY *
02. U RESPECT - ADEVA
03. D GET ON THE DANCE FLOOR - ROB BASE & DJ E-Z ROCK
04. U WAIT - ROBERT HOWARD & KYM MAZELLE *
05. D GOOD LIFE - INNER CITY
06. D BUFFALO STANCE - NENEH CHERRY
07. U BREAK 4 LOVE - RAZE
08. N YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME - TURNTABLE ORCHESTRA
09. U WHERE IS THE LOVE - MICA PARIS & WILL DOWNING
10. U MY PREROGATIVE - BOBBY BROWN

SAM BROWN - Stop

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = Video was played)

ROCK (↔1 Gary Moore - After the War, *2 Georgia Satellites -- Hippy Hippy Shake, ↑3 New Model Army -- Stupid Questions, ↓4 Bon Jovi -- Born To Be My Baby, ↓5 Pat Benatar -- One Love, ↑6 Lita Ford -- Kiss Me Deadly, ↑7 Journey -- Who's Crying Now EP, ↓8 Onslaught -- Shellshock, ↑9 Cheap Trick -- The Flame, ↑10 Guns N Roses -- Welcome To The Jungle)

ALBUM (*1 Roy Orbison -- The Legendary Roy Orbison, ↔2 Erasure -- Innocents, ↑3 Gloria Estefan -- Anything For You, ↔4 Enya -- Watermark, ↑5 Mike & The Mechanics -- The Living Years, ↓6 Fleetwood Mac -- Greatest Hits, ↓7 Dire Straits -- Money For Nothing, ↑8 Rush -- A Show of Hands, ↓9 Kylie Minogue -- Kylie, ↓10 INXS -- Kick)

INDIE (↔1 New Order -- Fine Time, *2 House Of Love -- Destroy The Heart, ↔3 Loop -- Black Sun, ↓4 Erasure -- Crackers International EP, ↑5 Prong -- Third From The Sun, ↑6 Megacity Four -- Clear Blue Sky, ↑7 Spaceman 3 -- Revolution, ↑8 Dinosaur Jr -- Freakscene, ↓9 My Bloody Valentine -- Feed Me With Your Kiss, ↑10 Rose Of Avalanche -- The World Is Ours)

XTC - Mayor Of Simpleton


YAZZ - Fine Time

BOBBY BROWN - My Prerogative

CURE - Why I Can't Be You

TRACIE SPENCER - Symptoms Of True Love

BRYAN FERRY - The Price Of Love

THE PROCLAIMERS - I'm On My Way

FAIRGROUND ATTRACTION - Claire

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) ====

↑1 Mark Almond & Gene Pitney - Somethings Gotten Hold Of My Heart *

↓2 Mike & The Mechanics - The Living Years

↓3 Roy Orbison - You Got It

↑4 Roachford - Cuddly Toy

↓5 Fine Young Cannibals - She Drives Me Crazy

↑6 Holly Johnson - Love Train *

↑7 Robert Howard & Kym Mazelle - Wait

↕8 Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance

↑9 Then Jerico - Big Area *

↑10 Brother Beyond - My Twin *

PREVIEW
Frazier Chorus - Dream Kitchen
Michael Jackson - Leave Me Alone
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THE CHART SHOW 25th February 1989

KIM WILDE - Love In The Natural Way

ROCK CHART:

25/02/89

01. U EVERY ROSE HAS ITS THORN - POISON *
02. D ROCKET - DEF LEPPARD
03. U PASSION RULES THE GAME - THE SCORPIONS
04. U MEAN MAN - W.A.S.P.
05. N FALLING IN AND OUT OF LOVE - FEMME FATALE
06. U CRYIN - VIXEN *
07. U DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'VE GOT - CINDERELLA
08. U HELTER SKELTER - VOW WOW
09. D HOW COMES IT NEVER RAINS - DOGS D'AMOUR
10. U HAVE LOVE WILL TRAVEL - CRAZYHEAD

ROB BASE & DJ E-Z ROCK - It Takes Two

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = Video was played)

ALBUM (↔1 Simply Red -- A New Flame, *2 Fine Young Cannibals -- The Raw & The Cooked, ↑3 Gloria Estefan -- Anything For You, ↓4 Roy Orbison -- Mystery Girl, ↔5 Elvis Costello -- Spike, ↑6 Tanita Tikaram -- Ancient Heart, ↓7 Mike & The Mechanics -- The Living Years, ↓8 New Order -- Technique, ↑9 Hue & Cry -- Remote, ↑10 Def Leppard -- Hysteria)

INDIE (*1 The Sundays -- Can't Be Sure, ↔2 Throwing Muses -- Dizzy, ↑3 Sonic Youth -- Touch Me I'm Sick, ↑4 S-Express -- Hey Music Lover, ↑5 Depeche Mode -- Everything Counts, ↓6 New Order -- Fine Time, ↓7 House Of Love -- Destroy The Heart, ↓8 Yazz - Fine Time, ↓9 Loop -- Black Sun, ↑10 The Sun & Moon -- Alive Not Dead)

DANCE (↑1 Michael Jackson -- Leave Me Alone, ↔2 Bobby Brown -- My Prerogative, ↑3 S-Express -- Hey Music Lover, ↑4 Tyree -- Turn Up The Bass, ↓5 Ten City -- That's The Way Love Is, ↓6 Robert Howard & Kym Mazelle -- Wait, ↓7 Adeva -- Respect, ↓8 Yazz -- Fine Time, *9 Tone Loc -- Wild Thing/Loc'ed After, ↑10 Longsy D -- This Is Ska)

MICHELLE SHOCKED - When I Grow Up

DEACON BLUE - Wages Day

CLIVE GRIFFIN - Be There

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - Born To Run

HOLLY JOHNSON - Love Train

JULIAN LENNON - Now You're In Heaven

THE REYNOLD GIRLS - I'd Rather Jack

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) ====

↕1 Simple Minds - Belfast Child *

↑2 Michael Jackson - Leave Me Alone

↑3 Sam Brown - Stop

↕4 Michael Ball - Love Changes Everything

↑5 Bananarama/French & Saunders/Kathy Burke - Help *

↓6 Bobby Brown - My Prerogative

↓7 Mark Almond & Gene Pitney - Somethings Gotten Hold Of My Heart

↑8 S-Express - Hey Music Lover *

↑9 Rick Astley - Hold Me In Your Arms

↑10 Texas - I Don't Want A Lover *

PREVIEW
Dusty Springfield - Nothing Has Been Proved
Donna Summer - This Time I Know It's For Real
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THE ITV CHART SHOW 13th January 1990

TECHNOTRONIC - Get Up

KYLIE MINOGUE - Tears On My Pillow

QUINCY JONES & RAY CHARLES - I'll Be Good To You

DEL AMITRI - Nothing Ever Happens

PHIL COLLINS - I Wish It Would Rain Down

TANITA TIKARAM - We Almost Got It Together

JANET JACKSON - Come Back To Me

ROCK CHART:

13/01/90

01. U HEY YOU - QUIREBOYS *
02. U BIG WEDGE - FISH
03. U NO MORE MR NICE GUY - MEGADETH *
04. D LIVING IN SIN - BON JOVI
05. D SMOKE ON THE WATER - ROCK AID ARMENIA
06. D INFINITE DREAMS - IRON MAIDEN
07. D DON'T PRAY FOR ME - LITTLE ANGELS
08. D HEART THE HUNTER - GREAT WHITE
09. D HANGIN' ON THE TELEPHONE - ACID REIGN
10. U COME BACK BABY - DAN REED NETWORK

THE CURE - Hot, Hot, Hot

THE BELOVED - Hello

SINEAD O' CONNOR - Nothing Compares 2 U

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) ====

↑1 News Kids On The Block - Hangin' Tough *

↕2 Jason Donovan - When You Come Back To Me

↑3 49 Ers - Touch Me

↓4 Soul II Soul - Get A Life/Jazzie's Groove

↕5 Madonna - Dear Jessie

↕6 De La Soul - The Magic Number/Buddy

↑7 Sonia - Listen To Your Heart *

↑8 Leila K - Got To Get *

↑9 D-Mob - Put Your Hands Together *

↑10 Silver Bullet - 20 Seconds To Comply

PREVIEW
Everything But The Girl - Driving
Lonnie Gordon - Happening All Over Again
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THE CHART SHOW - 29th April 1989

QUEEN – I Want it All

ROCK CHART: N = Non Mover, U = Up, D = Down
01. N ONE - METALLICA *
02. U YOUR MAMA DON'T DANCE - POISON
03. U I'LL BE THERE FOR YOU - BON JOVI
04. D PARADISE CITY - GUNS N ROSES
05. D HEADLESS CROSS - BLACK SABBATH
06. U DO YOU LIKE IT - KINGDOM COME *
07. N FIRE WOMAN - CULT
08. U WHEN THE CHILDREN CRY - WHITE LION
09. U THE RAINDANCE - DARE
10. U LET THERE BE ROCK - ONSLAUGHT

JUDSON SPENCE – If You Don’t Like It

====CHART FILE UPDATE (* = Video was played) ====

DANCE (↔1 Inner City – Ain’t Nobody Better, ↑2 The Beatmasters & Merlin – Who’s In The House, ↔3 De La Soul – Me Myself & I, ↑4 Cookie Crew – Got To Keep On, ↓5 Soul II Soul – Keep On Movin, ↓6 Coldcut with Lisa Stansfield – People Hold On, ↔7 Paul Simpson with Adeva – Musical Freedom, *8 Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock – Joy and Pain, ↑9 Toni Scott – That’s How I’m Living, ↑10 Yazz – Where Has All The Love Gone)

ALBUM (↑1 Simply Red – A New Flame, ↓2 Deacon Blue – When The World, ↑3 Holly Johnson - Blast, ↑4 Fine Young Cannibals – The Raw and the Cooked , ↓5 Madonna – Like A Prayer, ↑6 Gloria Estefan – Anything For You, ↓7 The Cult – Sonic Temple, ↑8 Soul II Soul – Club Classics Vol 1, ↓9 Guns ‘N’ Roses – Appetite for Destruction, *10 The Pixies -- Doolittle)

INDIE (↔1 Pixies – Monkey Gone To Heaven, ↑2 Inspiral Carpets – Train Surfing EP, ↓3 Birdland – Birdland EP, ↔4 Danielle Dax – White Knuckle Ride, ↑5 Momus – Hairstyle of the Devil, ↑6 Stone Roses – Made of Stone, ↓7 Lard – The Power of Lard, ↓8 New Order – Round and Round, ↑9 Front 242 – Never Stop, *10 Cowboy Junkies – Sweet Jane)

BUZZ THE JOINT – Put To Rights

HUE & CRY - Violently

ELTON JOHN – Town of Plenty

1927 – That’s When I Think of You

LIVING COLOUR – Cult of Personality

TOM PETTY – I Won’t Back Down

PAUL MCCARTNEY – My Brave Face

ALYSON WILLIAMS – My Love is Raw

WILD WEEKEND – Breakin’ Up

==== TOP TEN (* Video was played) ====
↑1 Kylie Minogue – Hand On Your Heart *
↕2 The Bangles – Eternal Flame
↓3 Simply Red – If You Don’t Know Me By Now
↓4 Holly Johnson - Americanos
↓5 Transvision Vamp – Baby I Don’t Care
↓6 The Cure - Lullaby
↑7 The Beatmasters & Merlin – Who’s In The House *
↓8 Fine Young Cannibals – Good Thing
↑9 Inner City – Ain’t Nobody Better
↑10 Morrissey – Interesting Drug *

PREVIEW:
Shakin’ Stevens – Love Attack
Sam Brown – Can I Get A Witness?
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